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Health impacts of climate change already felt today


Based on 40 indicators, the study said "the human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and potentially irreversible", the Associated Press reports. Catastrophic weather evens such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts and heat waves kill people directly. Transmission of dengue fever by the Aedes agypti mosquito had increased by 9.4 per cent since 1950. Read More »

Recent Analysts Ratings Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA)


The MF Rank of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc . This presents short term, intermediate and long term technical levels of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc . Checking in on some other ratios, the company has a Price to Cash Flow ratio of 8.977483, and a current Price to Earnings ratio of 15.962661. Insider Trades for Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc . Read More »

Malaysia investigating reported leak of 46 million mobile users data


Malaysia is investigating an alleged attempt to sell the data of more than 46 million mobile phone subscribers online after a major data breach , Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak said on Wednesday. founder Vijandren Ramadass had reportedly said it informed MCMC on Oct 18 of the breach and then uploaded an article on the theft after MCMC did not provide any feedback. Read More »

FDA approves AstraZeneca's treatment for rare blood cancer

Continued approval for this may be dependent on the verification and description of clinical benefit in confirmatory trials. It provides an exciting new treatment option for patients with mantle cell lymphoma and marks the first approval of a medicine that will be the cornerstone of our presence in haematology. Read More »

Jaipur Municipal Corp. mandates National song, anthem for staff


On his initiative, the JMC issued an order making it compulsory for the staff to sing the national anthem every morning and Vande Matram every evening. "This is to develop a positive work culture in the office". State Congress vice president Archana Sharma said her party supported the move, but criticised Lahoty over his reference to Pakistan. Read More »

Wall Street Analysts Forecast 1.8% on AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV)

Leavell Investment Management Inc. now owns 68,831 shares of the company's stock worth $4,485,000 after buying an additional 630 shares during the period. On Wednesday, April 19 the stock rating was maintained by BMO Capital Markets with "Hold". In other AbbVie news, CEO Richard A. Gonzalez sold 65,861 shares of AbbVie stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, August 3rd. Read More »

Patients at Tampa General Children's Medical Center march in Halloween parade


The new hospital will be part of the nationally recognized Children's Hospital Colorado system, specializing in treating kids and kids only. The trick or treaters dressed in a wide array of costumes, from dinosaurs to Batman. "This is the second year we've gotten to do it and the kids' reaction make it worth it", said Parker. "And who doesn't want to dress up like Elsa?" asked Casey Johnson, who is a nurse at Sanford Hospital. Read More »

Rohit Sharma's flawless ending for a collective cause


Rohit asserted that India could not have won seven bilateral ODI series on the trot without Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah. But then what was Indian attack doing? "I'd like to say that I want to go and blast off in the first 10 overs but it's not always going to be the case, especially when you are playing against Bhuvi and Bumrah, the two best opening bowlers in these conditions", Munro said here on Tuesday. Read More »

Alzheimer's disease can be kept at bay by nutrient drink


For example, targeting the kidney or liver ridding it of a toxic protein before it reaches the brain. Half of the mice in their study were genetically modified to contain a mutant gene that triggers high levels of beta-amyloid production, while the other half weren't. Read More »

FDA considers revoking claim soy reduces heart disease risk


Yet many Americans rely on high-quality protein like soy, said John Erdman, professor emeritus in the division of nutritional sciences at the University of IL at Urbana-Champaign and a scientific adviser to the Soy Nutrition Institute. One of these has been that consuming soy protein could help decrease the risk of heart disease. The group, Soyfoods Association of North America, said it would make its case to the FDA during the comment period. Read More »

Apple watchOS 4.1 delivers phone-free music streaming

The operating system update for the Apple Watch introduces full Apple Music streaming support along with an app for listening to Apple Music's streaming radio stations. Have a cellular Series 3 model? You'll find fixes for some annoying bugs, too, including missing stand reminders, missing vibrations for silent alarms, unwanted heart rate tracking and even an issue where some original Apple Watches wouldn't always charge. Read More »

Glasgow more polluted than London, WHO says

According to a report by Lancet, a renowned medical journal, almost 1.24 lakhs deaths across India in 2015 have been linked to indoor air Pollution . Air pollution in the United Kingdom leads to around 40,000 premature deaths, more than six million sick days and an estimated total social cost of £22.6 billion per year. Read More »

East Haven High School marching band going to national championships


At the Rebel Invitational Marching festival at Park Hills High School the band received second place in class, Outstanding ColorGuard and Outstanding Visual in Preliminary competition. The Roslyn High School marching band won the state championship in its class Sunday at the New York State Field Band Conference Championships in the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University. Read More »

Woman sues Sephora after supposedly getting herpes from lipstick tester


Claiming that she never had herpes or cold sores prior to the incident, the woman is suing the chain for the emotional distress over the "incurable lifelong affliction". While Sephora does provide separate wands and sanitation materials for testing, it is hard to be sure every single product in the store is sterile, especially when you are relying on customers to keep products clean. Read More »

Andy Cohen says Kathy Griffin's cocaine story is 'totally made up'


She said that the two "honestly live just to take women down". Griffin was also furious at the " Watch What Happens Live " host especially for pretending he did not know Griffin when he was asked by a TMZ cameraman the other day. It is perhaps safe to say that the issue pulled her career in a downward spiral. The video has earned around 750,000 views as of press time. Cohen wasn't the only person Griffin took aim at in her new video. Read More »

Hundreds of pounds of unwanted pills collected in Drug Take-Back


You can head to any of the below hospitals any time to get rid of your unwanted prescriptions. For more information about the disposal of prescription drugs or about the October 28 Take Back Day event, go to the DEA Diversion website. Clark County residents dropped off almost 3,500 pounds of unwanted medications during a four-hour event Saturday. On April 29, 2017, the state of Iowa collected 11,774 pounds on National Take Back Day and over 450 tons country wide. Read More »

Attention Trick-Or-Treaters! FDA Releases Scary Warning About THIS Candy!


And when your potassium levels drop, you're more likely to experience heart issues, high blood pressure and even congestive heart failure. Several medical journals have reported links between black licorice and health problems in people over 40, some of whom had histories of high blood pressure or heart disease. Read More »

See a teal pumpkin on Halloween? Here's what it means!


You may have noticed teal colored pumpkins showing up in stores and on some porches ahead of Halloween. "In just the 15 year period between 1997 and 2010, there was actually an increase of 50 percent of children with severe food allergies", Johnson said. Read More »

Menominee Tribal Police warn about meth found in Halloween candy


The parents, living in Keshena, Wisconsin, found the suspicious package and immediately turned it over to local police, who confirmed that the white crystals were meth. "It does look like this is an isolated incident". The tribe has set up sites where parents can dispose of their children's candy, WBAY reports. "Even the parents", Joshua Lawe, a Menominee Tribal Police detective, said . Read More »

Tinubu Denies Frosty Relationship With Buhari, Says It's Fake News


While noting that he had fruitful discussion with the president on the country and leadership as a whole, he added that Buhari was excited about the session. In another news, there would be a meeting of the national caucus of the ruling party by 8:30pm tonight at the State House in Abuja. Also present at the meeting with the National Assembly presiding officers was the Chairman of Nigeria Governors Forum, NGF, and Governor of Zamfara State, Abdulaziz Yari . Read More »

Acetaminophen in pregnancy linked with ADHD, but experts question results


Researchers collected information from 95,242 mothers, 75,217 fathers and 112,973 children born between 1999 and 2009, including 2,245 who had been diagnosed with ADHD . Moms in the study filled out questionnaires during and after pregnancy reporting on medical conditions and medication use. Use of acetaminophen for fever or pain is recommended for pregnant women over alternatives, and is used by about two-thirds of pregnant women in the United States. Read More »

Real Halloween fears? Safety, law enforcement officials say this one is rare


There are about 900 offenders who will be required to report in Cameron County and the sheriff's office is responsible for 300 of them, with municipal police departments managing the remainder. "They're not all in a prison", James Paschke, a probation and parole officer with the Tennessee Department of Correction, said. Speical law enforcement teams conducted "Knock and Talks" in Milwaukee County Sunday at the homes of known sex offenders amid Halloween festivities. Read More »

Tata Steel Q2 PAT surges to Rs. 1017.78 crores


During the quarter, the company's gross debt increased by Rs 2,447 crore and stood at Rs 90,259 crore, mainly due to working capital lines and foreign exchange impact. The BSPS has been now separated from Tata Steel UK and number of affiliated companies, the company said adding the next step would be completion of necessary formalities to set up a new scheme with lower risk profile following member consent process led by trustee. Read More »

At risk groups urged to get flu vaccine

It prevents the flu in about 60 per cent of healthy people when the strains of viruses it contains correspond to the strains circulating. The Immunisation Council believes this year's shot was not effective for elderly Australians and there are much more effective versions being used overseas. Read More »

Breast cancer awareness camp held in Ahmedabad


Experts say early detection of cancer helps in its successful treatment. "Women should please avail themselves of the opportunity to free screening because early detection and treatment is safer and cheaper", she said. Similarly, a medical practitioner, Dr. Ephraim Ogbaji, said death cases from breast cancer can be drastically reduced if systems of promoting and protecting women's health in Nigeria are improved upon. Read More »

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li'l Champs 2017 announces two winners


With this season coming to an end, Zee TV will continue to entertain the audience with dance this time, as the popular dance reality show Dance India Dance is back with season 6. Yes, rumours are there that Bengali boy Shreyan Bhattacharya and wild card entry Marathi mulgi Anjali Gaikwad outshine as the victor of Sa re ga ma pa lil Champs 2017. Read More »

HSBC's profits jump as the bank looks to Asia for growth

Analysts said the result was better than expected. 30 was $4.62 billion compared with $843 million over the same period past year, the bank said in an exchange filing. Excluding significant items and an adverse effect of foreign currency translation of $0.1 billion, revenue increased by 3%, aided by growth in loans and advances, HSBC Holdings added. Read More »

Malaysian, Singapore journalists charged over drone incident


The foreigners, Lau Hon Meng from Singapore and Mok Choy Lin from Malaysia, were arrested on Friday in Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw while they were on assignment for Turkish state broadcaster TRT. There have been fears that press freedom in Myanmar has been declining following the arrests of several journalists this year. The two foreign journalists are detained at police station no. Read More »

Boko Haram insurgents attack Yobe village


A top military official said the attackers are believed to have stormed the town from the southern part, around the Sambisa, Talala and Alagarno areas that the military said troops had cleared. "The soldiers had been on red alert since the attack on Sasawa village last Tuesday, making them battle ready", the source reportedly said. "The insurgents overran the military base having come with seven gun trucks and took the soldiers on guard unawares". Read More »

Led Military Coalition Announce Iraq-Kurdish Ceasefire


Just over a month since Iraq's Kurdish north voted to declare independence , setting in motion a disastrous series of events for the region, Kurdish President Masoud Barzani has told local lawmakers he intends to step down. His second term expired in 2013 but was extended without elections being held as Islamic State militants swept across vast swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria. Read More »

Florida Fires Head Coach Jim McElwain


Saturday, Florida had to worry about dismissing rumors surronding head coach Jim McElwain . The Gators made back-to-back appearances in the SEC Championship Game but the Gators never seemed to develop offensively under McElwain's run. In any case, McElwain is out after compiling a 22-12 record (16-8 in the SEC) over the course of two and a half seasons. He signed a contract extension through the 2022 this past offseason, a deal that pays him in excess of $4 million per year. Read More »

San Francisco 49ers vs Philadelphia Eagles


He finished 18-for-32 for 211 yards, his second lowest total of the season, with two touchdowns and an alarmingly bad interception. Wentz hit tight end Zach Ertz with a 1-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter - Ertz gave the football to Millville's Mike Trout, who is a season-ticket holder - then found wide receiver Alshon Jeffery for a 53-yard TD in the third quarter. Read More »

Prescription drug take back day is Saturday


October 28 in the west parking lot of the Elmhurst Police Department, 125 E. First St. The drug collection events started seven years ago as a way to safely dispose of leftover and expired medications to prevent accidental or intentional misuse. Read More »